Mental Health Center of America (MHCA), a leading provider of mental health services, announced the opening of its new clinic in Mesa, Arizona – marking its second location in the Valley. The new location is at 1745 S. Alma School Rd, Suite 145 and will serve individuals of all ages and treatment needs. The 7,500 square foot clinic will open to patients on June 12, though appointments can be scheduled now by calling (602) 704-2345 or scheduling online. MHCA Mesa includes 11 patient rooms, two neurofeedback areas, a wellness center which includes a private heat therapy room (infrared sauna), a private red light room and patient kitchen and more. 

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MHCA is dedicated to providing effective therapies with customized treatment plans for individuals, first responders, couples, families, professionals, and caregivers struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, and more. In addition, MHCA strives to make mental healthcare affordable and, while MHCA works with dozens of insurers, its services are designed to be affordable with or without insurance.

“We are excited to expand our mental health services to the Mesa community in a time of desperate need,” said Dr. Soffia Palsdottir, Chief Psychologist at Mental Health Center of America. “Our team of highly skilled and compassionate professionals is committed to helping patients overcome mental health challenges and improve their overall quality of life. With our new clinic, we can reach more individuals and provide them with the care they need to thrive.”

The clinic offers a range of evidence-based treatments, including psychiatric services, medication management, neurofeedback, wellness, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, counseling, and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). Patients can expect a warm and welcoming environment that prioritizes their comfort and privacy.

The Mesa clinic is now accepting new patients. Appointments can be made by calling (602) 704 -2345 or visiting